Glorious God, Beautiful King Excellent God we bow before the throne!2x, we bow before the throne, we worship at Thy feet, we bow before the throne You are a glorious God! 2x// Our Father in heaven we glorify Your Holy Name! We bow down before Thee!!!
Yes our Father in heaven we bow down before Thee! We worship and adore Your holy Name! Who is like unto Thee! in heaven You are God, on earth You remaineth the same! Ancient One we worship, we adore Thee blessed be Thy Holy Name forever and ever in Jesus Name!!!!
We come before today to pray and be bless. Father hear us as we pray, guide us in the light everlasting, lead us into Your will, help us when we are failing and send answers to us Father we pray Thee in Jesus Name!!!
Beloveth, how are doing today. by the help of the Holy Spirit we pray and we will receive answers from on high in Jesus Name. we will not faint in the place of pray. I hope you are still keep faith with our night watch challenge, our Lord is good, You will surely hear good news from heaven. The Lord will open you eyes and you will receive revelation that will keep your feet on a higher height in Jesus Name. you will also receive direction even for others in Jesus Name. don’t faint because we will taking stock by tomorrow by the grace of God.
Beloveth, how often do you mediate? I have share with us some weeks back an author said “if you know how to worry then you know how to mediated.” The difference in both is that while mediating is enriching and well channeled while the worrying is draining and hold no solution but depression. Praise the Lord.
In the teaching of today the Bible text have it that Isaac went out to mediate in the field at the eventide. Praise the Lord! How many of us mediate on the Word of God, His miracle and healing, salvation and many others that are edifying? So many feed and nurture their body without nurturing their Spirit? How many of us believe in what the Word of God is saying in particular situation?
You cannot discover more in the Word expect in the place of meditation which give us revelation and insights on how to live according to God’s Will and purposes in our lives. Praise the Living Jesus! Alleluia somebody!!!
Beloveth, our bodies have and appetite that reminds us to keep them alive by feeding them. What is your cur to feed your Spirit? Mediating on the Word of God feeds our souls. For our relationship with God to grow stronger, we must feed it. God’ word is that food. Just like a baby cries out for milk, a Spirit made alive through faith in Christ has an appetite, too. But it is so easy to distract ourselves from being in tune with this hunger and thirst. Entertainment, busyness, even good things like family and friends can get in the way of maintaining consistent Bible study and meditation.
Beloveth, you have to choose to make feeding your spiritual growth the top priority in your day. Instead of just checking it off and going on through your day, go slowly and really internalize it. Build your appetite for the Bible through mediation by mixing up your habits.
If you typically read straight through from the beginning to end, skip around, if you typically just do one reading plan at a time, like this one, try taking a particular book of the Bible and going through it multiple times. If you have a choice of versions in your language or speak another language, try reading in a different translation than you are used to.
Select a meaningful passage and read it over and over daily until you have it memorized. Or rather than picking a passage at random, commit to new Bible plan or devotional before you finished the previous one. What will you do to make feeding your soul as much of a priority as feeding your body?
As we can see from the text passage Isaac went to field to mediate, where can you choose today to start your mediation a serious exercise?
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“Isaac went out to meditate in the field at the eventide.” Genesis 24:63
Very admirable was his occupation. If those who spend so many hours in idle company, light reading, and useless pastimes, could learn wisdom, they would find more profitable society and more interesting engagements in meditation than in the vanities which now have such charms for them. We should all know more, live nearer to God, and grow in grace, if we were more alone. Meditation chews the cud and extracts the real nutriment from the mental food gathered elsewhere. When Jesus is the theme, meditation is sweet indeed. Isaac found Rebecca while engaged in private musings; many others have found their best beloved there.
Very admirable was the choice of place. In the field we have a study hung round with texts for thought. From the cedar to the hyssop, from the soaring eagle down to the chirping grasshopper, from the blue expanse of heaven to a drop of dew, all things are full of teaching, and when the eye is divinely opened, that teaching flashes upon the mind far more vividly than from written books. Our little rooms are neither so healthy, so suggestive, so agreeable, or so inspiring as the fields. Let us count nothing common or unclean, but feel that all created things point to their Maker, and the field will at once be hallowed.
Very admirable was the season. The season of sunset as it draws a veil over the day, befits that repose of the soul when earthborn cares yield to the joys of heavenly communion. The glory of the setting sun excites our wonder, and the solemnity of approaching night awakens our awe. If the business of this day will permit it, it will be well, dear reader, if you can spare an hour to walk in the field at eventide, but if not, the Lord is in the town too, and will meet with thee in thy chamber or in the crowded street. Let thy heart go forth to meet Him.
Beloveth, mediation on the Word of God is so enriching and inspiring. Mediation brings wisdom, is useful, it feeds our soul, it refines us, it guides us, it equips us, set us free, it reveals Jesus, and it inspires action.
Ask the Holy Spirit to help you as you pray today to help you in the place of mediation. Amen! and as you do may you receive grace to glean the Word. Amen!!!
Remain blessed in the Lord.